Are you trying to remove /wordpress/ from your website’s URL? Sometimes beginners end up installing WordPress in a subdirectory, which causes /wordpress/ to appear in their website URL.
If you accidentally installed WordPress in a subdirectory and want to move it to the root directory, then you’re in the right place. In this article, we will show you how to get rid of /wordpress/ from your WordPress site’s URL.
Note: The method shown in this tutorial works for other subdirectories as well.
Why You See /wordpress/ in Your WordPress Site URL
WordPress is quite easy to install and nowadays most WordPress hosting companies offer quick WordPress installers in thier hosting control panel.
However, some beginners who are manually installing WordPress may end up accidentally installing it in a subdirectory. Most often this subdirectory is named wordpress.
This happens primarily because users end up uploading the wordpress folder they find inside the official WordPress.org download.
Let’s take a look at how to easily fix this and get rid of /wordpress/ from your site’s URL.
Removing /wordpress/ from WordPress Site URL
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